Caccioppoli outlines plan

Mike unveils his campaign promises:

Democratic Congressional candidate Mike Caccioppoli today announced his plan to Renew the Deal with Americans, referring to President Franklin D. Roosevelts program called the New Deal. Caccioppolis program would
provide for universal single-payer healthcare, provide a four-year college education for any high school graduate who completes two years of national service, end deficit spending except in times of war, and call for the immediate withdrawal of American troops from Iraq.

This proposal, which could be considered the largest proposed changed to public programs in over 50 years, would help restore the faith of the American people in their government, Caccioppoli said. Rick Renzi and President Bush have together gutted what little public health programs our nation does have, like Medicare and Medicaid, they have reduced funding levels for federal student loan programs, they are on track to rack up nearly $9 trillion in national debt, and they have immorally led this country into a false war, instead of focusing on the true war on terror.

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    rovefoundyellowcake Says:

    Looks like the Republicans are doing a good job of killing themselves, why should the Democrats jump in? Neocons are looking for any excuse to blame the Democrats for their failure, look at them try to shift blame to Russ Feingold and John Murtha..

    Sen. Trent Lott (R-Miss.) urging Bush to infuse his White House with new blood.

    Sen. Norm Coleman (R-Minn.), accusing the White House of having a political tin ear.

    With the recent departure of domestic policy chief Claude A. Allen, now facing criminal theft charges, Bush has positions to fill along with criminals Duke Cunningham and Tom DeLay.

    The blowup over the Dubai deal illustrated the new environment. Rush, the mouth for the Neocons, was spapped down hard.

    The tipping point for many lawmakers was last years debate over the Bush plan to restructure Social Security, older Americans vote in high percentages in congressional races and would likely punish the party if it tinkered with the popular program.

    House Republicans in particular were already panicking about the Medicare prescription drug benefit

    Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), said he regrets voting for the No Child Left Behind bill in the first term.

    AND a failed war in Iraq paid for with $9,000,000,000 in National Debt.

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    Flag Says:

    what a communist

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